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PERF11027 Performance and Production Studies 2
Building on the learning objectives of Performance and Production Studies 1, students should be able to interpret specialised performance skills (Jazz and Popular Music, Creative Music Technology, Music Theatre, Drama and Technical Theatre) required within the context of publicly presented music and/or theatre ensemble performances. These music and/or theatre ensemble activities give students the opportunity to work in various performance, technical and creative roles as appropriate so that they have the opportunity to develop foundational skills in problem-solving, creative, self-regulated and critical thinking, within a team-based environment. Students enrolled in the Music Theatre, Drama and Technical Theatre specialisations will also undertake studies in stage and production management. Among the topics covered will be the establishing of production and rehearsal schedules, the creation of the prompt book, the recording of blocking, running rehearsals and calling the show. Students enrolled in the Jazz and Popular Music or Creative Music Technology specialisations will also undertake foundational studies in artistic direction, ensemble coordination, event management, and arts business.
Course at a glance
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts, Business, Informatics & Education|
|Requisites:||PERF11026 Performance and Production Studies 1 AND students must be enrolled in either CG72 Bachelor of Theatre OR CG51 Bachelor of Music|
|Student Contribution Band:||1|
|2012 Term Two||MKY ROK|
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